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Members of the public are invited to line the route of the procession following the funeral for three first responders killed in the line of duty, as it makes its way from Eden Prairie to Burnsville.

A memorial service for Burnsville police officers Paul Elmstrand, 27, Matthew Ruge, 27, and firefighter-paramedic Adam Finseth, 40, is set for 11 a.m. Wednesday at Grace Church in Eden Prairie. The three first responders were shot Feb. 18 while responding to a domestic violence call.

The procession will depart Grace Church and go east on Pioneer Trail to Hwy. 169, then south on Hwy. 169 to Hwy. 13. From there, the procession will move east on Hwy. 13 to County Road 11, then south to 122nd Street, then west onto Parkwood Drive, passing Burnsville Fire Station No. 2.

The route will continue on Parkwood Drive to Burnsville Parkway, then west to Nicollet Avenue. From there, the procession will go south to Civic Center Parkway, then east to 134th Street, passing the Burnsville Police Department.

The procession will return to Nicollet Avenue and go south to County Road 42, where it will pass Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, which will be open for those who want to watch a livestream of the service.

After passing the church, the procession will conclude at the northbound ramp to I-35W.

Motorists in the south metro can expect road closures and traffic delays.

Pioneer Trail between Eden Prairie Road and Mitchell Road will be fully closed from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Motorists will not be able to cross Pioneer Trail during the procession.